Flatbush BID Thanksgiving shopping group. (Photo courtesy: Flatbush BID)This Thanksgiving, do more than give thanks at the dinner table — put your words into action by giving back to community members in need. Especially now, local organizations need our help to stay afloat. Below find a list of some great
Photo via Flickr/Marco. [https://www.flickr.com/photos/scatto_felino/15870148015/in/photolist-qboE6D-4nBuzz-6nWp7e-8BoSCZ-8ABq5T-bxj9Gf-8zSPMy-2h3L3g-8k9XFc-df5SN7-4C3QbQ-dKnqm5-4SnbVb-9JKQc6-4Duwpj-8G6NKC-6zCeMZ-dtgPFT-4mMF5P-acqLDG-denqkW-px4Chk-4Dqgde-6vWJcs-8kTbtT-8fxJYm-4Dqgkn-5AJRhc-Cnyi1F-9PBurq-5AJRkK-73wd3M-pevp2p-irL7vV-oj1U7Y-ABaLS-bJd62c-6GTZG3-Kijhu-6KtGnh-5YFpPT-p3GyK4-pTGdFE-pTGhrL-pTPV5c-5AP7wA-apGSnK-qLk1ks-oVUrSP-oTSzvw] Here’s our list of great things to do in and around the n
The food donated to City Harvest will go to more than 500 soup kitchens, food pantries and other programs across the city. Photo via City Harvest [https://www.facebook.com/CityHarvestNYC/photos/pb.29095531180.-2207520000.1431020404./10153066434261181/?type=3&theater] .With about one in four children facing hunger [http://nyccah.
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Some of the goods collected from a previous drive.The Madison-Marine-Homecrest Civic Association gathers a literal ton (give or take) of food for the needy before Thanksgiving every year, and is now accepting donations for the 2014 season. The group is collecting both kosher and non-kosher items from now until
Source: istorija/FlickrCouncilman Mark Treyger kicks off a food drive today at his two district offices, as part of a citywide initiative honoring Mother Teresa’s 104th birthday. Items can be dropped off between now and Friday at 2015 Stillwell Avenue or 445 Neptune Avenue during regular office hours. According
Remember how good it felt to help CAMBA [http://www.camba.org/] put Thanksgiving meals in the hands of hundreds of neighbors [/blog/holidays/after-cambas-successful-turkey-drive-local-families-have-a-happy-thanksgiving] last year? Now, you can recreate that feeling until Wednesday, April 30 with monetary or food donations during a flexible CAMBA food drive [http://camba.
Since we bombarded you with CAMBA [http://www.camba.org] Thanksgiving Turkey Drive posts before Thanksgiving, we thought it was only fair to show you what you all helped the local non-profit agency achieve! Thanks to your incredibly generous donations and help spreading the word, we not only met our
CAMBA’s Spring Food Drive [http://camba.org/fooddrive] is on now through April. This will help restock their food pantry, which serves 5,000 Brooklynites each month. Canned items that are most needed include dried milk, beans, fruit, vegetables, and canned tuna, salmon, and chicken; they can also use
Source: CodyWody2011 / FlickrThe Madison-Marine-Homecrest Civic Association’s (MMHCA) next meeting will be a Thanksgiving food drive to assist the needy, November 15 at 7:30 p.m. inside the King’s Chapel, Quentin Road and East 27th Street. They are collecting non-perishable food items, Kosher and non-Kosher, along with contributions
CAMBA’s [http://www.camba.org/] annual fall food drive started this month and is running through November. The drive will help hungry families and individuals through financial contributions online [http://www.camba.org/Support/WhereYouCannedFoodDrive2012/tabid/356/Default.aspx] and food contributions at local collection sites, 9 am to
From our friends at the Madison-Marine-Homecrest Civic Association: The Madison-Marine-Homecrest Civic Association’s Thanksgiving Food Drive is underway. The civic group is collecting non-perishable, Kosher and non-Kosher foods, along with contributions to purchase turkeys. Preparations to distribute food to needy neighbors will take place at a meeting on Thursday, November
Madison-Marine-Homecrest Civic Association collected scores of canned goods. Fifiteen families in all received boxes brimming with Thanksgiving goodies, following a food drive by Madison-Marine-Homecrest Civic Association and King’s Chapel. The recipients included seniors, unemployed and under-employed in Madison, Marine Park, Midwood and Flatbush. They got a slew of Thanksgiving-related